We often hold on to resentment, which causes chronic unhappiness in our mind and so much friction in our relationships.
This attachment to resentment also results in our “living in the past”, which prevents us from focusing on the present and imagining the future. We will examine ways to release ourselves from resentment and self criticism so that we can eliminate this chronic unhappiness and fully focus in a flexible way on the present. With a happy mind we can more clearly plan for our future.
Cost:$25 ($20 for students, seniors 60+, and the unemployed)
Free for student-level and benefactor-level members.
No need to register. Just pay when you come. Walk-ins are welcome.
Shelli Snyder has been practicing Kadampa Buddhism since 2006, and is also our Education Program Coordinator. She is a sincere, joyful, and warmhearted practitioner and teacher. Her teachings are heartfelt and practical, showing her deep personal experience of using Buddha’s teachings to solve the problems of daily life. Shelli teaches the weekly Sunday morning Prayers for World Peace meditation class, as well as occasional retreats.